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Newsletter – June/July 2019

By admin / 2019-07-01

We have the latest issue of our newsletter, The Voice, ready for you to read. So go to our Newsletter Archive section to view this issue and any past ones.

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Newsletter – February 2019

By admin / 2019-02-01

We have the latest issue of our newsletter, The Voice, ready for you to read. So go to our Newsletter Archive section to view this issue and any past ones.

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Newsletter – November 2018

By admin / 2018-11-01

We have the latest issue of our newsletter, The Voice, ready for you to read. So go to our Newsletter Archive section to view this issue and any past ones.

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IMB supports ADHD Australia

By admin / 2018-06-27

ADHD Australia is supported by a number of companies, trusts and healthcare industry organisations. We welcome their support and funding of our advocacy, education, information and administrative projects. We will work with ethical industry organisations and you are welcome to view our Policy Statement on how we work with these organisations. IMB supporting ADHD Australia On Wednesday…

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Newsletter – January 2018

By admin / 2018-01-15

We have the latest issue of our newsletter, The Voice, ready for you to read. So go to our Newsletter Archive section to view this issue and any past ones.

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Newsletter – June 2017

By admin / 2017-06-01

We have the latest issue of our newsletter, The Voice, ready for you to read. So go to our Newsletter Archive section to view this issue and any past ones.

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Newsletter – December 2016

By admin / 2016-12-01

We have the latest issue of our newsletter, The Voice, ready for you to read. So go to our Newsletter Archive section to view this issue and any past ones.

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Finding Dory movie raises ADHD and memory

By admin / 2016-06-16

The main character is Dory, a fish with short-term memory loss. The movie has a lot for parents to chew on. Learning and attention issues in general and for ADHD and working memory issues in particular. Read the interesting assessment of the movie and parenting implications here.

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